Marina Bay Sands Casino, Singapore

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Try your luck at Marina Bay Sands Casino, featuring more than 1,000 slot machines and nearly as many gaming tables. As a patron you can enjoy free non-alcoholic drinks courtesy of the casino, but you can't buy alcohol on site. Non-smokers should avoid the lower level, which can get very smoky. Expect heavy security as you enter and leave the casino and remember to bring your passport, a required form of identification at the entrance. Using our online itinerary creator, Singapore attractions like Marina Bay Sands Casino can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • I can handle the smell of stale cigarette smoke that lingers in the air I can also handle that the atmosphere here is really dull and you have to show your passport numerous times just to enter. What ...  more »
  • The best place to play casino. Better than los Vegas. Only foreigners, non residents or non GC holders can enter for free with your passport  more »
  • It is a little overwhelmed in scale. It is recommended before being overpowered the Hall and walk around once. If you enjoy clarity rules, but I think it's easy to play slot machines, Casino in roulette you want. Chip rate varies with the play from $ 2.
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  • Spacious casino with a lot of games offered. You will need your passport. There are different entrances for foreigners vs. locals so be aware because you may have to go to a different entrance. Free sodas and drinks like milk hot chocolate! Very tasty!
  • Worth seeing casino... lots of table two floor... offers free water, beverages and coffee
  • Its a must visit for all the tourists as there is no entry ticket for the tourists. Remember to bring your passport alongwith you. Try and avoid weekends around end of the month as a lot of regulars visit during that time.
  • Came here with work on government business. Didn't receive a stamp on passport, wouldn't let my friend and I in. Absolutely retarded. Had our passports, just no stamp
  • Okay for visiting once... Do not go if you do not have sufficent money to play. But can visit free if you are a foreigner, just need to have passport to enter.

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